Meetings have been held across the South today to discuss safety in high rise flats following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in London. It's now thought the number of victims could reach more than 70. The Queen visited the scene today and paid tribute to the bravery of firefighters and the "incredible generosity" of volunteers offering support. Across the region, there are calls for sprinklers to be fitted in all high rise flats. Mary Stanley reports.
Several residents reported that a resident said the blaze started in his faulty fridge.
Local residents had warned it would take a "catastrophic event" before authorities took notice of their concerns about fire safety.
Fire services in the West Country say there are 'plans in place' for high-rise fires after the London tower block blaze.